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Rules | Disciplines
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Dressage
:anchor: denotes strenuous classes
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Levels
LevelRequirements
:seedling: Introductory≥ 3 years old
:seedling: Training Level≥ 3 years old
First Level≥ 4 years old
Second Level≥ 5 years old
Third Level≥ 6 years old
Fourth Level≥ 7 years old
:anchor: Prix St. Georges≥ 7 years old
:anchor: Prix St. Georges CDI1*≥ 7 years old
:anchor: Intermediate I≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Intermediate I CDI1*≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Intermediate II≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Intermediate II CDI2*≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Grand Prix≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Grand Prix CDI2*≥ 8 years old
:anchor: Grand Prix CDI3*≥ 8 years old
Additional Classes
  • Materiale may be counted for either Introductory or Training level advancement (but not both).
  • Pony Rider may be counted for Second Level advancement; rider must be between age 12 and 16 on a pony 14.2hh or smaller.
  • Children’s Test may be counted for Second Level advancement; rider must be between age 12 and 14.
  • Junior Rider may be counted for Third Level advancement; rider must be under the age of 18.
  • Young Rider may be counted for Prix St. Georges advancement; rider must be between the age of 16 and 21.
  • Four-Year Old Young Horse Test may be counted for First Level advancement.
  • Five-Year Old Young Horse Test may be counted for Second Level advancement.
  • Six-Year Old Young Horse Test may be counted for Third Level advancement.
  • Pas de Deux/Trois, Quadrille may not be counted for level advancement. Freestyle performed with two (deux), three (trois), or four (quadrille) horses.
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Eventing
Horses may only compete in one level at a time.
3 year olds may compete in Young Event Horse but all horses must be 4 years old to begin competing at Beginner Novice.
Horses in Preliminary, Intermediate, and Advanced levels will be eligible to compete in the special CIC/CCI events; see specific event guidelines for more details and restrictions.
CCI or CIC **** events may not be hosted without Admin approval.

Overall placings do NOT count towards advancement. They do count for points.

:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Levels
LevelRequirements
:seedling: Beginner-Novice≥ 4 years old
Novice≥ 4 years old
Training≥ 4 years old
Preliminary≥ 5 years old
Intermediate≥ 6 years old
Advanced≥ 6 years old
Additional Classes
  • Future Event Horse may not be counted for advancement. In-hand division for weanling through 3 year olds to determine eventing suitability.
  • Young Event Horse may not be counted for advancement. In-hand and ridden division for 4 and 5 year olds to determine eventing suitability.
  • CCI or CIC* may be counted for Preliminary advancement; may include restrictions on entries.
  • CCI or CIC** may be counted for Intermediate advancement; may include restrictions on entries.
  • CCI or CIC*** may be counted for Advanced advancement; may include restrictions on entries. May not be hosted without Admin approval.
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Hunters
Hunters do not use traditional sim levels but rather divisions based on three things: the fence height, how long the horse has been showing at that height, and for restricted divisions, the rider’s age and amateur/professional status. For this reasons, hunter do not use advancements like other disciplines.

:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Horse Divisions
The following are for horses 14.3 hands and over.
LevelRequirement
Young Hunter Under Saddle3 to 5 years old
Never shown over fences.
:seedling: Baby Green
2’6″
≥ 4 years old
First year showing over fences.
Never competed above 2’9″.
May only compete in this division for one year.
:seedling: Green Hunter
3’0″
≥ 4 years old
Never competed above 3’3″.
May compete in this division for two years.
:seedling: Green Hunter
3’3″
≥ 4 years old
Never competed above 3’6″.
May compete in this division for two years.
:seedling: Green Hunter
3’6″
≥ 5 years old
First year competing over 3’6″.
Never competed above 3’9″.
May compete in this division for one year.
Green Hunter
3’9″
≥ 5 years old
Second year competing over 3’6″.
Never competed above 4’0″.
May compete in this division for one year.
Performance Hunter
3’6″
≥ 6 years old
Second year or more competing over 3’6″.
May not cross enter into High Performance Hunter at the same show.
Performance Hunter
4’0″ to 4’6″
≥ 6 years old
Second year or more competing over 3’6″.
May not cross enter into Performance Hunter at the same show.
Green Conformation Hunter
3’6″
≥ 5 years old
First or second year of showing over 3’6″ fences.
May compete in this divsion for two years.
High Performance Conformation Hunter
3’9″
≥ 6 years old
Second year or more competing over 3’9″ fences or higher.
Rider-Restricted Divisions
ClassRequirements
:seedling: Children’s/Adult Amateur Hunter
3’0″
≥ 4 years old.
14.3 hands and taller.
Riders never competed over fences 3’6″ and higher.
May not cross enter into Junior/Amateur-Owner classes.
:seedling: Small Junior Hunter
3’6″
≥ 5 years old
14.3 hands to 16 hands.
Rider under the age of 18.
May not cross enter into Children’s/Adult Amateur classes
:seedling: Large Junior Hunter
3’6″
≥ 5 years old
16.1 hands and taller.
Rider under the age of 18.
May not cross enter into Children’s/Adult Amateur classes.
:seedling: Amateur Owner Hunter
3’6″
≥ 5 years old
Ridden by a rider over the age of 18.
Rider must be a the owner of the horse, or a member of the owner’s family.
May not cross enter into Children’s/Adult Amateur classes.
Pony Divisions
The following are for ponies.
Small: 12.2 hands and under.
Medium: 12.3 to 13.2 hands.
Large: 13.3 to 14.2 hands.
LevelRequirements
:seedling: Small Green Pony
2’0″
≥ 4 years old
12.2 hands and under.
First year showing over fences.
Riders 12 years old and under.
:seedling: Medium Green Pony
2’3″
≥ 4 years old
12.3 to 13.2 hands.
First year showing over fences.
Riders 14 years old and under.
:seedling: Large Green Pony Hunter
2’9″
≥ 4 years old
13.3 to 14.2 hands.
First year showing over fences.
Riders 18 and under.
:seedling: Children's Pony Hunter
2’0″/2'6"
≥ 4 years old
Small & Medium ponies jump 2’0”.
Large ponies jump 2’6”.
Riders 14 years old and under.
Riders may not cross enter into any other division.
Small Pony Hunter
2’3″
≥ 5 years old
12.2 hands and under.
Riders 12 years old and under.
May not cross enter into Green Pony division.
Medium Pony Hunter
2’6″
≥ 5 years old
12.3 to 13.2 hands.
Riders 14 years old and under.
May not cross enter into Green Pony division.
Large Pony Hunter
3’0″
≥ 5 years old
13.3 to 14.2 hands.
Riders 16 years old and under.
May not cross enter into Green Pony division.
Classics All classics are conducted as a two-round class. The top 8 horses from the first round are invited back to the second round.

Hunter Derby Hunter Derbies consist of two rounds, a Classic Round and a Handy Round. The top 12 horses from the Classic Round are invited to compete in the Handy Round. Scores from the two rounds are combined for overall placings.
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Jumpers
Starting with shows that ran after 10/24/2019, On The Bit changed from levels to heights for jumpers, allowing classes like Pony and Junior Jumpers to count for advancement. You may NOT apply this rule to move your horses up for shows that began prior to 10/24/2019.

:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Levels
LevelRequirements
:seedling: 0.90M (Level 0)≥ 4 years old
:seedling: 1.00M (Level 1)≥ 4 years old
:seedling: 1.05M (Level 2)≥ 4 years old
:seedling: 1.10M (Level 3)≥ 5 years old
1.15M (Level 4)≥ 5 years old
1.20M (Level 5)≥ 5 years old
1.30M (Level 6)≥ 6 years old
1.40M (Level 7)≥ 7 years old
1.45M (Level 8)≥ 7 years old
1.50M (Level 9)≥ 8 years old
1.60M (Grand Prix)≥ 8 years old
Young Jumper
ClassRequirements
Four-Year-Old Jumper4 years old
1.05M (Level 2)
Five-Year-Old Jumper5 years old
1.20M (Level 5)
Six-Year-Old Jumper6 years old
1.30M (Level 6)
Seven- and Eight-Year-Old Jumper7 to 8 years old
1.40M (Level 7)
Rider-Restricted Divisions
Horses and ponies must at least be competing at the height the divisions are offered at in order to show.
  • Pony Jumper classes are for ponies ridden by junior riders. Riders competing in a Pony Jumper section cannot compete in any other classes in which they may jump 3’7″ or higher at the same show, except Children’s Jumper. Currently, the OHJA offers Low (1.05M) and High (1.15M).
  • Adult Amateur (AA) Jumper classes are for a horse or pony ridden by an amateur adult rider. If there are less than three entries in the AA or Children’s Jumpers, the divisions will be combined. Entries may not cross into Amateur Owner Jumpers. Currently, the OHJA offers Low (1.05M) and High (1.10M).
  • Children’s Jumper classes are for a horse or pony ridden by a junior rider. If there are less than three entries in the AA or Children’s Jumpers, the divisions will be combined. Entries may not cross into Junior Jumpers. Currently, the OHJA offers Low (1.05M) and High (1.10M).
  • Amateur Owner (AO) Jumper classes are for a horse that is ridden by an amateur owner or an amateur member of the owner’s family. Leased horses are not eligible. Sections may be divided by either level or difficulty or age of rider. Currently, the OHJA divides the division into Low (1.20M, Medium (1.30M) and High (1.40M). If there are less than three entries in AO or Junior Jumpers, the divisions will be combined.
  • Junior Jumper classes are for a horse that is ridden by a junior rider. Sections may be divided by either level or difficulty or age of rider. Currently, the OHJA divides the division into Low (1.20M, Medium (1.30M) and High (1.40M). If there are less than three entries in AO or Junior Jumpers, the divisions will be combined.
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Reining
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Levels
LevelRequirements
:seedling: Novice≥ 3 years old
< 10 placings in discipline
Rookie≥ 3 years old
Amateur≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 3 years old
Non-pro≥ 3 years old
Professional≥ 3 years old
World Class≥ 3 years old
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By Aria the Admin
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:star: Combined Driving
Overall placings do NOT count towards advancement.

:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at
Levels
LevelRequirements
:seedling: Training≥ 3 years old
Preliminary≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 4 years old
Advanced≥ 4 years old
Additional Classes
LevelRequirements
CAN or CAI-1* ≥ 6 years old, equivalent to Advanced level.
CAN or CAI-2*≥ 6 years old, equivalent to Advanced level.
CAN or CAI-3*≥ 6 years old, equivalent to Advanced level.
CAI-4* ≥ 6 years old, equivalent to Advanced level.
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